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for this one. obama care is front and center in this irs scandal. turns out the irs chief heading up the obamacare office at the irs got more than $100,000 in bonuses. all that money put in her pocket as she ran the agency's tax exempt division. the same division now accused of targeting conservatives. a a bonus so large it typically requires presidential approval. did president obama approve the bonus? tell me about the bonus and who are we talking about? >> sarah hall ingram who headed the tax exempt division during the time that the alleged targeting was going on and now appointed by steven miller are by the way the man who testified today had such testy relations with the committee he promoted her into handling the whole oklahoma care account which is a big part of the irs job coming up in the years to come. when she was the head of this tax exempt division she got $100,000 total bonuses from 2009 to 2012 including $34,000 bonus in 2010. a $35,000 bonus in 2011. you are right, my colleague mark tapscott at the washington examiner uncovered the numbers and also says that a bonus t
get it out immediately but instead the obama administration has been caught lying the as a result the scandal stories continue to dominate the headlines. we're talking, do you believe our government? right here and right now. >> tom: thanks for joining us. here at the top of the stack. we know jay carney lied about the benghazi talking points, but we still don't have answers to many other questions surrounding the attack. f.b.i. is investigating the irs's targeting of conservative groups. do you believe the f.b.i. is
records. the obama administration ensnared in scandal after scandal and this week a rough run. rnc chair reince priebus calling for the resignation of attorney general eric holder. why are you calling for the rehe signation of the attorney general? why specifically? >> i think this is just another chanter in his i think really miserable tenure at the doj. we have foregotten half of the scandals and judgment calls he has been involved with. reading the miranda rights to the christmas day bomber. claiming that his leaf legacy would be to try 9/11 terrorists before a civilian court. the fact that he said he was such a believer in reading the legal rights he would do it over the dead body of osama bin laden. fast and furious. contempt of congress including 17 democrats agreeing with the contempt. then he says you know he puts out this unprecedented subpoena over the ap reporters. then reduces himself on legal grounds that i can't quite figure out as a lawyer myself and i know you are, too. then he also claims. >> greta: that is because he was consulted in the underlie. i actually understand
>>> today president obama weighed in on two scandalled affecting miz administration, sparing thoughts on the attack in benghazi, libya and accusations against the irs. we're learning the acting of irs commissioner found out in may, 2012 tea party groups had been targeted. >> they wrt president's first comments on the irs controversy. >> i can tell you that if you got the irs operating in anything less than a neutral and nonpartisan way, then that is outrageous. >> but for republicans that might not be good enough. they want to know how arks cord together irs, low-level employees could have applied special scrutiny to other groups whose goals include government. >> they use key words. >> a report shows irs began targeting groups in 2010 and senior irs officials have known bit for almost two years. the president we weighed in on the benghazi controversy and talking points handed out to congress and susan rice after the attack. >> the whole issue of the talking points has been a slide show. suddenly this gets spun up as if there is something new to the story. >> mr. obama made his remark
's second term agenda? president obama under a cloud of scandal, as congress bears down on irs officials who targeted conservative groups. >> this week confirms everything that the american public believes. this is a huge blow to the faith and trust the american people have in their government. >> the key questions now -- who initiated the targeting and why? who else in the administration knew? and why was congress misinformed for so long? with us this morning, the president's senior adviser, dan pfeiffer, the republican leader in the senate, mitch mcconnell of kentucky, and the man leading a congressional investigation into the irs, chairman of the house ways and means committee, dave camp. and later the political fallout from benghazi and the justice department seizure of phone reports from the associated press. plus former secretary of defense donald rumsfeld returns to "meet the press." this time he's out of office and weighing in on the big issues in "rumsfeld's rules."
obama is already assuming the familiar crouch of a scandal struck second termer. is all of this going to put aside -- i think ron mentioned this earlier, lynn. is this going to hurt the president and his team in terms of moving forward on the things that he cares about and has made a priority for his second term? >> absolutely, chris. i don't see how it can't be at the least a major distraction. at the most you having these three issues, and the most important right now, the ones that i think everybody understands is the snooping on reporters' phone records. and the irs trying to influence or looking at any group, no matter what their politics are, tax exempt applications. people get this. so the issue isn't complicated. and it will make republicans in congress have every one of their themes, that seems to amplify that about overreaching of the obama administration. so, yes, it will slow down everything obama wants to do at least for now. >> lynn sweet, always great to have you on the program. ron fournier, thank you. good to see you. >>> one week from today the philadelphia abortion
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scandal is exploding. president obama addressing the nation, insisting he will not tolerate the irs's maser. >> americans are right to be angry about it. and i am angry about it. i will not tolerate this kind of behavior in any agency, but especially in the irs, given the power that it has and the reach that it has in all of our lives. >> president also announcing the resignation of the acting irs commissioner. but did the president make him a scapegoat? karl rove joins us. >> hey, greta. how are you? >> very well. so, cacialtion the news that the acting commissioner has resigned and one of my colleagues here at fox news, bret baier, has sent an email and says that the acting commissioner was set to resign the position of acting commissioner as of early june. and he leaves the irs entirely a couple of months later, regardless of the current controversy. he got that from an official close to theacking commissioner. >> right. >> of course, he came to the job in november. was he a sacrificial lamb or what? >> actually, in the irs -- in federal law, you can only be an acting director so
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obama. on the irs on the other hand, i do not know if i'll call of a full-blown scandal because both rds and the president are already cracking down thing this was wrong, obama has already fired -- well, two people have been asked to resign. obama has already announced who he is going to put into replace the -- as the new leader at the irs. i think that the consensus is that there is going to be more hearings and more discussion on what happened, but i do not think that it is going to hurt obama as badly as some may say. those hearings and discussions that are going to happen, what does this do to the president's blanket immigration, gun control, talk about moving forward from here for the president. guest: there is some irony in the fact that republicans are hitting him on one side over this triad, benghazi, and the irs, and the justice department soliciting reporters' phone records. you have republicans hitting the president on these issues. you have this happening on one hand. you have this image of republicans cracking down on the president and being tough, which people like in the p
that wall street would hope for a scandal, but might hope that the obama administration agenda mightot be furthered. >> i think they will. look, it's already been stalled. they've got such discord in washington, d.c., nothing is getting passed. all three of the last two term presidents had some type of scandal. none of them greatly affected the market either way. i don't think this does either. >> jonas, what do you think? >> you know, look, if the irs can get money, right or wrong, from people without having to raise the generalax rate, in theory, that's good for our debt and market. that said, this administration, love it or not, has been good for the stock market. you woul't want a president to see good returns on the mark to be in a scandal, have to leave office, that would not be good for the stock market. testifies bad fort market, we were down 50% over the last three years, then you can say yeah, this could be great if we got new leadership, but i don't think that is the case. >> toby? >> this story is not going away. the market probably needs a little rest here anyway. we get a
in our system. they used the scandal to go after the president more broadly. by mitch mcconnell who told a group of conservatives on a conference call that the obama effort to shut up opponents is not limited. you remember the obama campaign last year published the list of eight business men who they believed were enemies and republicans rushed to condemn the president's abuse of power. >> he has extraordinary power and he is using it to investigate enemies. he sounds drunk on power for most americans. when they hear these types of stories. >> one of the most egregious use of powers, one of the counts against richard nixon was abuse of power by calling the irs to investigate. >> yes, that was former vice president dick cheney. they are trying to tie the scandal to the implementation of health care. >> the agent that is going to be responsible for implementing obama care that will mortify the american people. the whole episode reinforces and confirms the american people's worst fears about big government run amok. >> on saturday, lamar alexander compared kathleen sebelius for the implemen
department should be the ones investigating the obama irs scandal. i can see why people would say that sounds a little bit fishy and probably does not give people the confidence they need to believe that it will be done fairly. >> there is the question you heard eric holder reference i do think we should be investigating or taking a look at these 501 c 4 corporations. what is that? what gets confusing when you use letters and numbers. what is it? the inspector general report goes through that in detail. 501 c 3's and those are true charities that want to be tax exempt. 501 c 4's which are sort of social advocacy groups. they are allowed like a crossroads g.p.s., american crossroads, karl rove's group, they are allowed to advocate for issues. they are allowed to take donations that are, you know, tax exempt and advocate for issues. they can't directly support a political candidate but they can advocate for issues. and the government, president obama doesn't like these 501 c 4's and he doesn't like their ability to spend to the extent that they can spend thanks to citizens united. now you hear
action immediately especially when you're dealing with three scandals calling for impeachment, calling for eric holder to resign. this is what ben mentioned yesterday. the best way obama can handle it is fire anyone who is involved in the scandal and say we're moving on. we're doing an investigation and whatever we can do fix the problem. >> mark: they really did get out in front of it in a sense not only calling for an investigation, but the firing. you feel as though they could have done a dance and kept the wolves at the door. >> it's amazing how quickly obama conceded to everything yes, this is wrong and i'm wondering if that's the right way to go. >> the way he's missing it is it's not going to work. this is something that you should do, and if the purpose is to get the heat off of you, it's not going to happen. that's not the opposition's objective. we know the politics of it. we want to get truth in there. well this is outrageous. how could you do something so partisan. we want this to be fix? no, they don't. they want this to continue to happen. >> mark: the detractors will not
foreign cash. that's next with bill moller. it's a scandalous week in washington. today, president obama will take questions at a news conference after revealing last night he has accepted the resignation of steve miller, the acting commssioner of the irs. the president called the misconduct of employees within the irs "inexcusable" for apparently putting extra scrutiny on tea party organizations applying for tax- exempt status. "americans have a right to be angry about it. the president is saying 'i will not tolerate this kind of behavior in any agency, but particularly the irs, given the power that it has and the reach that it has in all of our lives." meanwhile, lawmakers are calling for action. house speaker john boehner told reporters he wants to know who is going to jail for the scandal. as we know, the irs has been in trouble for partiality in investigating conservative groups. now it may be about to snoop on people like you. as it did with banks in switzerland, this government agency now has a summons to allow it to gather information on u.s. taxpayhers. jim duggan is an attorney
the internal revenue service scandal to inn still fear about obama care because it has to be implemented through the internal revenue service and the white house has to redouble its efforts for 37 votes and they will not reveal it. >> in the wake of that information that president barack obama is not a good manager attention will focus on governor o'malleyly who is a good man engineer. >> the efforts of the ben bernanke and the federal reserve board... >> democrats former chair of the dnc, attorney general, the winner will be cushion eli. byebye. >> are we on schedule? >>> schools are the big winner in governor jerry brown's revised budget while he pushing back on calls to spend elsewhere. >> this is not the time to break out the champagne. >> over $1 billion unspent in a home loan program for veterans while thousands of vets go homeless. >>> will the new bay bridge be safe? a federal probe puts transportation officials on the hot seat. >> what is caltrans going to do to earn the trust of the public? >>> and anna deavere smith on the value of empathy from the board room to the court room
to the presidential's second-term agenda? president obama under a cloud of scandal, as congress bears down on irs officials who targeted conservative groups. >> this week confirms everything that the american public believes. this is a huge blow to the faith and trust the american people have in their government. >> the key questions now -- who initiated the targeting and why? who else in the administration knew? and why was congress misinformed for so long? with us this morning, the president's senior adviser, dan pfeiffer, the republican leader in the senate, mitch mcconnell of kentucky, and the man leading a congressional investigation into the irs, chairman of the house ways and means committee, dave camp. and later the political fallout from benghazi and the justice department seizure of phone records from the associated press. plus former secretary of defense donald rumsfeld returns to "meet the press." this time he's out of office and weighing in on the big issues in "rumsfeld's rooms: leadership lessons in politic, war and life." >> announcer: from nbc news in washington, the world's long
that poisoned our airwaves. >> that is also a scandal. the town isy, turning on obama. all of the ingredients are in place for a good old-fashioned pile on. i know it is christmas time for republicans. how bad is it for the president? >> it is a test. theagenda is put on hold, stories are negative, and the question is, can he take control of it? and he owned it and be the authority figure and demand answers, realistic answers people are going to accept? >> can the president get from under this one? >> can he owned his own government? he is a buy standard. i read about it in the newspaper. the attorney general asked about the ap story, the dragnet of the phone calls. i have no idea. i can't remember when i recused myself. i was having lunch of the time. these guys want to get elected, they pretend the government is something out there and they just arrived on the scene like a bystandard. >> you were born in this town. on a scale of 1-10, where is this one? >> 5. if you take them one by one, let's go back to the irs, there is no evidence that what ,appened to the irs sanctioned it certainly doe
tonight in washington. where president obama finds himself in a veritable slum of scandals where with the irs targeting political o points. the the state department manipulating point, the post office sending pornography to people's homes addressed to somebody who didn't even order it. why would i order pornography, i means that's-- the last one is probably not an administration scandal, i just find it frustrating. all right. the president was fortunate yesterday that when he appeared before the press, he was kpd by british prime minister cameron. and a question limit of one. total from the entire american press corp. give it your best shot, guys. >> when did you first learn that the irs was targeting conservative political groups? do you feel that the irs betrayed the public a trust and what do you think the repercussions for these actions should be? >> jon: technically that was three questions. but obviously one general mill like toothpaste that includes fluoride and whitener, comes out of the same tube but provides triple protection. aquafresh. it's like brushing your teeth wi
is the larger thing here? does this scandal go to a character flaw about obama? does the narrative to use e.j. dionne's favorite word actually come together to some final point, and if it does, then you're going to have more political and historical resonance. you talk about monicagate. about the weakness for women. when you talk about iraq, that was about bush, all that we need in our gut, we don't need to actually need to read books and find out what's going on. this going to coalesce into something larger? i don't think so. i don't know if we have to wait to see, but nothing is there yet. and maybe it will come out and it will be incorrect but, you know, it's got to coalesce into something. >> i think you're both wrong. i think number one, there are 2.8 million people in the federal government. a range of activities at a low level that even an effective president will not know about. with regard to the doj investigation in particular, this has happened so far on the information flow exactly how it should. there are only seven people in the internal guidelines authorized to have contacts
't think this matters that much. i don't think this scandal imperils the presidency. the market doesn't care about the president, only the head of the fed. they're printing money. that's what this market cares about. if obama resigned tomorrow, the market would probably do nothing. >> neil: as long as bernanke stays. >> until joe biden steps up to the podium. >> i still think it will do nothing. >> neil: dagen? >> i worry what this irs scandal symbolizes about this unwieldy government, a government that's gotten so big. you're overweaning politicians, and that's how our taxpayer money is being spent. i don't know what will reverse that. that is not an environment where this country can prosper, where this country can continue to grow, and it foments the skierss of the american people to start new businesses. >> neil: i know you were around during that time, ben stein. what are the big differences? there are mumen multiple scandat only the irs, but the justice department targeting the ap, hitting companies to promote the health care law. i could go on and on and on. i think there are a
president obama is not directly involved in any of the quote, unquote scandals yet. >> we don't know that yet. >> neil: we don't know that yet. >> benghazi is not a scandal. it's inat the a incompetence anl mallfeasance. the irs has low level people that acted badly. >> don't blow off the political ramifications of this. let's face it. we have mid term elections coming up. i don't think this has a big impact on the economy or the markets for the reasons i laid out, but this is a political problem. the incompetence of the obama administration where one hand doesn't know what the other hand is doing, where the president appointseople that are idiotic, make idiotic mistakes. when benghazi is clely just a horrendous example of incompetence. that will reflect on the president and that will hurt him politically. >> sir, with great respect -- sir, with great respect to my colleagues, benghazi is not incompetence. benghazi is outright malfeasance, criminal cover up. >> i agree with you. >> that is so true. >> neil: go ahead, adam. >> what we're u all agreed on is there's a thin connection be
on your show several times trying to warn the american people what is going on with this obama administration, how many scandals does it take, to let american people know our country is headed down a very dangerous path. neil: this does call into question, who and what you can believe. not a great defense. the other is, old chicago politics style of keeping your enemies on watch. that is where it gets scary, no? >> right now i think there will be a big breach in this tha trut that we have with the government, government does not have a great approval rating to begin work congress with barely any approval. you will see, president obama's numbers probably go down because of this you will see the trust in government we should have, we should be able to trust our government, and to do them to 2 the right thing, you are going to have a lot of americans questioning that, as this story evolves i think we'll learn more and i think you will see this become a real issue to be play into 2014 election. neil: katrina, do you think this extends like watergate, a drip, drip of information. i
. it was a scandal that obama was taking too much credit. >> that's right. >> you're giving him too much credit bill. >> the number one target of maybe of all time. stop bragging about. >> bill: i keep coming back to if you really want to play games with the response, with americans getting killed by terrorists, four people were killed in benghazi. 3,000 people were killed on september 11th. so if you really want to play that game, i think republicans are on very, very thin ice. let's talk about something else. that was the first -- that's the first of our triple scandals. the second is the i.r.s. nobody is more angry about them yesterday than president obama. rightfully so. >> look, this is a problem. it is a problem for the i.r.s. but it is a bigger problem for the country and here is why. in the aftermath of citizens united, you saw this rash of these c-4 organizations who are social welfare groups in name only. and spend a lot of money on elections, try to influence these things with money that comes from who knows where. >> bill: they're political organizations. masser -- masquerading as goody-
. martha: all right. everybody, yet another scandal is now emerging this morning from the obama administration. the associated press says that the justice department secretly seized their phone records from reporters and editors. the news organization, very unhappy about this to say the least. they're calling it a massive and unprecedented intrusion, raising a lot of questions about freedom of the press and the first amendment. good morning, everybody, i'm martha maccallum. here in america's newsroom. >> i'm gregg jarrett in for bill hemmer. top lawmakers want answers, they want them now, raising questions of abuses of power. speaker of the house, john boehner saying quote, they better have a damn good explanation. martha: add to that, new reports this morning that the irs scandal may be first bigger than expected. president obama also increasingly defensive in the news conference over the growing benghazi firestorm. we may find out how many scandals the white house can juggle at one time. we have fox team coverage of this. catherine herridge is on the justice department's snoop
administration. i'm jake tapper and this is "the lead." >>> the politics lead. verbal gymnastics from the obama administration today. the white house and the justice department turn on the full spin cycle in the middle of a scandal pileup. the world lead. at first it read like james bond but the more we hear the more it sounds like austin powers. the russians say they've caught an american spy and, hey, they've got the wigs to prove it. >>> and the pop lead. she is one of the most beautiful actresses in the world. the camera has always loved every inch of her but angelina jolie today revealed that she's forever altered her famous body to head off a deadly disease. >>> the politics lead. a brutal, brutal day for the obama administration. white house press secretary jay carney and u.s. attorney general eric holder both tangled with the press this afternoon, and it was rough. after benghazi, the irs scandal, and now reports that the justice department covertly seized reporters' phone records both had a lot of explaining to do. carney got hammered. >> president obama is being compared to president
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obama is expected to take questions about the irs scandal. of course, the president sacking the acting commissioner of the irs amid an outcry over revelations that the agency improperly targeted tea party supporte supporters for scrutiny. let's bring in larry kudlow. an awful lot of people are very angry. in fairness, on both sides of the divide about this. >> actually, that's interesting. most of this came against conservative groups, but we are uncovering some examples of liberal groups. as rick santelli has said that basically defunding these groups and taking them out of the election cycle, now, the fast majority were conservative groups, you can't let that happen. you know, in the usa, i guess it's like the inland revenue service. this is a very important agency and more than taxes is going to be running obama care, so that makes it. you can't have this kind of corruption and i like the fact that yesterday, the president sacked the acting director miller. he has many more people to sack, okay? that's very important. including this lois lerner. my opinion, he has to appoint a speci
for staying with us, i'm bill o'reilly. in the personal story segment tonight. perhaps president obama's biggest nightmare is republican congressman darrell issa, chairman of the house oversight and government reform committee. the congressman has been involved with benghazi, the fast and furious gun scandal and mr. obama's liberal appointments. the congressman joins us from washington. i think tonight we want to try to advance the story. as we all know the factor audience knows what has happened. president obama says he is going to fix it. the only thing he is not going to fix is benghazi. that's still very hurricaney. he will fix the irs. going to get to the bottom of the a.p. thing. might be justified. how do you see this thing going forward? does mr. obama, can you link him to anything that is going to be troublesome for him? >> well, certainly, bill, the first thing you have to remember is with fast and furious, after congress was lied to, the american people were lied to for 10 months. he asserted executive privilege and is not willing to turn over the actual records of those lie
, axiron. >>> the washington scandal coverage bonanza isn't going away any time soon so president obama had settled on an interesting way to deal with it. he is going with the jedi mind trick approach and amazingly it is kind of working. that's coming up. >>> but first, the three awesomest things on the internet today. twitter fans seth mercer tells us about the gay country song that supports gay marriage. it's called just just two men who dosido." ♪ >> the animated video is chock-full of well drawn details an the message is refreshingly not subtle. ♪ >> the second awesomest thing on internet today, bea arthur in her birthday suit. a painting of bea arthur naked which sold for $1.9 million, "not safe for work," because the full painting looks like this, except we made it safe for television by covering her breasts with the heads of betty white and rue mcclanahan. the actress who died in 1999 was the star of -- ♪ and then there's maude ♪ and then there's maude ♪ and then there's maude ♪ and then there's maude >> and of course we can't forget the golden girls. artist was brooklyn'
at this point. >> greta: james, thank you. >> thank you, greta. >> greta: the irs scandal is exploding. late tonight president obama addressing the nation insisting he will not tolerate the irs's behavior. >> americans have a right to be workweeangry about it. i'm angry about it. ilnot tolerate this kind of behavior in any agency, but especially the irs, given the power that it has, the reach that it's has in all of our lives. >> greta: the president also announcing the resignation of the acting irs commissioner, but did the president make him a scapegoat? karl rove joins us. good evening, karl. >> hey, greta, how are you? >> greta: very well. the news tonight, the acting commissioner has resigned. one of my colleagues at fox news, bret baier, has sent an email and says that the acting commissioner was set to resign the position of acting commissioner as of early june, and he leaves the irs a couple of months later regardless of the current controversy. he got that from an official close to the acting commissioner. >> right. >> greta: of course he only came into the job in november. is he a
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. we have reaction from the tea party members in san francisco. >> president obama promised to get to the bottom of a scandal which the i.r.s. add minoritied to singling out conservative groups seeking tax exemption status with the name of tea party or patriots have their applications delayed through questionnaires the thank you is outrageous. it is contrary to our tradition. people have to be held accountable. it has to be fixed. >> the i.r.s. says the targeting was limited to the cincinnati branch but the "washington post" is reporting i.r.s. offices in california, as well, singled out conservative groups. the san francisco tea party with 1,hull members across the bay area says it does not necessity of any conservative groups that are being scrutinized but they say this behavior is reminiscent of mccarthy administration. >> i don't know what the administration is about. they are not transparent. >> steve camp of the san francisco family says it is worrisome the government is targeting people based on their political viewpoint. >> today obama says well, if this is happening, well
and other organizations based on their name and policy positions. >> reporter: president obama said he did not know about the irs scandal until it came out in the headlines last week. but republican leaders are keeping the white house on the defensive. >> this appears to be just the latest example of a culture of coverups and political intimidation in this administration. >> reporter: the president has promised to continue the crackdown at the irs. he appointed 42-year-old daniel werfel as the new acting commissioner. and along with congress, he is demanding a clean break from past mistakes. danielle nottingham, cbs news, capitol hill. >>> it's friday! >> it is. >> hooray! >> doesn't it feel good? >> it feels great. you guys are going to play golf pretty soon. >> we have a charity event we'll be at this afternoon in pleasanton. looking forward to that. and it's going to be windy. so hopefully we are going to enjoy a great golf game and a lot of great weather around the bay area not only today but i think the weekend is going to work out super. outside right now, sure, the breezes are blo
. president barack obama released a statement earlier about the irs scandal. what is the president saying. >> reporter: hi, andersson, the president has issued a statement on this irs scandal and he has strong words but no action in the wake of this irs watchdog group's findings. he said that the findings are quote, intoll rachel and inexcusable. he has directed secretary lew of the treasury to hold those responsible for the failures. and make sure that the recommendations are implemented quickly. bottom line the president has now made this issue is treasure secretary's problem. the bottom line is, it was wrong. his treasury secretary subsequently issued his own statement, said, that he also believes that the irs should be held accountable and none of this was appropriate and integrity is necessary from the irs. neither of them has declared that anyone has to be fired immediately. raising the question, what did that watchdog group find? what did the irs do wrong? this inspector general's report found employees at the irs used inappropriate standards to single out tea party and other group
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to know about the scandal? >> this is what everybody fears, irs is going to be the one enforcing obama care. we've given more and more and more power to washington, and we have a lot of people out there who, given the climate in this city, and the climb malt in the media whereas we've seen in benghazi and other scandals where folks on the left get a pass. i heard jonathan martin talking earlier about, while nobody is paying attention to benghazi, independents don't even know about it. there's a reason. independents don't watch fox news, they watch other networks and they've been talking about it. >> we've been talking about benghazi. >> i understand. but not nearly as long as the issue has been noteworthy to talk about. what a lot of folks are concerned about is the prevailing attitude in washington is the left can do no wrong, the right is picked on, and the more power you give government, the more that is going to be permeated throughout our society and abuses are going to happen. this is really an example of it. >> what do you want to happen with the irs? obviously the acting direct
are beginning to roll over the scandal that rocked the obama administration. the acting head of the irs is gone. >> the president asked for and received today his resignation after groups were targeted by the irs. now, the tea part gee one of the those target bid the irs there. is a woman we're going to show you who says the irs held up her application for tax exempt status for three years. >> jenny ripini is wuchbt leaders of the nor cal tea party. she was heading home from disneyland today when i met her at the airport. she says she just found out about the report and accusations of irs targeting. >> i got a phone dpraul a reporter and saying hey, can i interview you because i heard you were one of the ones targeted. >> she has known her request friday. rs was getting the run around. she fairs plied in 2009. >> after numerous phone calls my accountant trying to get a hold of them to find out ylt delay it wasn't until january of this year that she got a letter like this one from the irs requesting additional noofgs sthe wanted to know names, addresses and telephone numbers of anyone who donate
's going to resign. my question is who's going to jail over this scandal? >> last night president obama announced the resignation and expressed his own irritation with these allegations. >> i've reviewed the treasury department watchdog's report and the misconduct that had been covered is inexcusable. it's inexcusable. and americans are right to be angry about it. and i'm angry about it. >> the department of justice says it's now looking into whether the irs violated any civil rights. >>> newly released white house e-mails provide a glimpse into how the obama administration handled the talking points right after the benghazi terror attack. the 99 pages of e-mails between the white house, state department and cia detail the preparation of those points, the same ones susan rice used the following sunday on multiple morning news shows. an e-mail from then cia director david petraeus reveals some of thinks hesitations. petraeus writes, "no mention of the cable to cairo either? frankly, i just as asoon not use this then." the concern after the deputies scratched out mentions in initial talki
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